Furthermore, these distinct similarities and differences between watching a movie at home and watching a movie at the cinema are one of the many comparisons we make in our life today.Secondly, at home when one is watching a movie, he can control the volume as he likes; but this cannot be done in the cinema.Furthermore, people who prefer watching movie at home wouldn`t have to face any traffic problem.When I compare watching movies in the cinema and watching movies at home, I noticed there are some distinct similarities and differences between the two.Other think watching movies at home is better.
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If the best was watching the movie at home, would it be the right choice despite the big screen of the movie theater.However cinemas do have some disadvantages such as going to the cinema could be more expensive than watching the movie at home, we may not like to sit next to stringers and even we maybe have to be aware of them.However, when watching a movie at home is it like watching the same movie but in the movie theater.Although they bear some superficial similarities, the differences between watching a movie at home and watching a move at the theater are clear.Moreover there are always something going on at home, we really cannot expect what will happened during watching a movie so that could destroy our sense of excitement or even ...
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Movies are basically a source of entertainment through which people relax, get some knowledge or learn something for themselves or sometimes watching a movie is for pure enjoyment.If we talk about the facts then nowadays people want to watch movies more at home rather than going out all the way to cinema to watch the same movie with some expenditure of money.In terms of money the average cost of watching a movie in cinema is up to $40-$50, includi... .Sometimes people watch a movie at home and sometimes they prefer to go out of their house and enjoy some outdoor experience of watching at some cinemas or theaters.Although the trend of watching movies at home is increasing day by day as people are now making this as their primary choice do...
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However, it is inappropriate to assert that those movies are the only ones worth watching.These are pale substitutes for the oceanic, multi-sensory experience of being at the movies, but nothing is as trivializing as watching a movie substitute at home.Psychology Movies: Exploring The Relationship Between Movies And Psychology Movies are mankind’s highest realization of our archetypal desire: “Tell me a story!” When we want to stay at home and hear a story, we can read a novel, listen to our grandmothers, or watch TV.In my opinion, watching films in cinemas is preferred than watching them at home because of the above reasons.In my opinion, although certainly those movies are worth watching, it is, nonetheless, not the only type.
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Moreover, when watching film in a cinema, one can laugh, cry and even be scared about the films with people all around him, he can talk freely with others about the film and the characters, which makes the films even more interesting and more attracting than at home.After a hard-working day, what can be more satisfying than watching films and concentrating with amusement on the plots?Additionally, I can watch the film with many people.Watching movies is an amazing activity to relax for many people nowadays.Although I have many film DVDs at home, I still prefer watching films at cinemas.
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Have above 40% of people are thought watching movies in the cinema is better than buying pirated discs, because buy an original pirated disc is expensive than watching at cinemas.At cinema they can learn a lot of good things as well as bad things by watching movies.And 30% of people have learn more good things when they watching movies, because some the movies is encourage a good situation and culture.60% people agree watching movies in the cinema is expensive but only 10% of the people aren’t agree watching movies in cinemas is expensive.We can know that from this chart of survey report, that show the most of the female at 13 to 18 years old are more likely to watching movies at cinema.
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In fact, a fellow student of mine at Press Club, I was told, managed to watch 32 films at the eight-day-long festival.Being the main venue, some of the best movies, including most of the films under competition category, were screened there.My movie-watching is mostly confined to mainstream Malayalam movies, and the odd Hollywood flick I happen to catch on TV.And hence, I was at a loss to choose the right films to watch at the fest, eventually deciding to watch movies at random and at theatres that are convenient to reach and less crowded.It is hardly surprising that the movies that struck a chord with the festival goers were simple and engaging movies like The Rocket and Television, while some of the other movies that bagged awards at v...
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Throughout generations, watching movies has been one of the most popular forms of entertainment.The viewer has a choice of watching movies alone, with a special someone, or with some friends.The most beneficial aspect of watching movies at home is the ability to control the environment.An advantage to viewing movies at home is the convenience of personal food options.And with companies like Netflix and Hulu, who only charge seven dollars a month subscriptions, viewing movies at home is much simpler.
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People are now able to enjoy the latest movies at the comfort of their own home together with families and friends.More information on movies should be given to save clients the trouble of doing research on the films themselves.4D movies will provide a whole new experience to watching movies in cinemas for the customers of GSC.Therefore, we are able to make the right choices and save money on simply watching any movies.New or popular movies should be given advertisements on the website to further promote them, and let customers know what’s new.
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This is because, if teenagers addicted to watching movie in theater, they will forget to back home.Finally, watching movies is simply for the pleasure.There are so many advantages and disadvantages about watching movies.Watching movies increase rapidly.Teenagers watch too much movies and its influence their attitude change.
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Last February 5 to 8, 2013, Cinema Rehiyon on its 5th year was held in DL Umali Hall and Searca Auditorium.The event’s theme for this year was “Nurturing Cinemas of Home”.I hope that I will be able to watch films from around the Philippines again next year.The remarkable event featured many movies from the provinces of Luzon, Visayas, Mindanao and other crossing regions.It was my first time to experience the Cinema Rehiyon.
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People are going to need some convincing if they are going to replace most of their home cinema equipment just to get the added benefit of 3D.Some people might be confused by all this talk of ‘new’ 3D TVs when they have been watching 3D on their old televisions for years.This, combined with the huge releases of 3D movies at the cinema, have brought 3D technology to the forefront of the public’s attentions.Having said that, if the response to 3D images is good (and this will be driven initially through 3D movies at the cinema), then it may be that 3D technology is finally here to stay.Honestly, how 3D will likely establish its foothold in the living room is not with sports or movies, but with video games.
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The possible ways in which the market cinema can be defined are: cinema complex, cinemas all ways of watching films including cinemas, DVDs and pay-television; and all ways of using discretionary spend including films, going to pubs, clubs or other ways of spending time and money in or out of the home.Other people are unlikely to travel a long distance just for watching movie.Hence plaza cinema patrons are only likely to pay a premium price for a movie when blockbuster movies are released.So he can introduce $5 for day movies and $8 for weekend movies.Possibly when the cinema is far away from the patron, no customer would like to go because usually patron do not like to travel for long time just for watching moving..
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The most popular movies at the moment tend to be romances and action known also as “Kiss, Kiss, Bang, Bang” movies.DVD gives a whole new edge to watching movies as they’re individual and contain unique features to enhance the enjoyment of the watcher.Movies tend to be a hit if they contain state of the art special effects, mind dazzling scenery and ear blasting sound.A writer can boost sales of their own books by selling the rights for the movies and earn royalties at the same time.The second half saw the introduction of videocassettes, which could be bought and taken home to watch.
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There have been different types of creativity and imagination has evolved but these features have given the viewer a place to escape to and somewhere that they would like to travel by watching the films over and over again.In an argument about how there are still movies made that have these same values, a great story plot line that whisks the viewer into another world and a cast of unforgettable characters one could look at the movies ET and Mullholland Drive.There have also been monumental portrayals of creativity and imagination in the movies that have been portrayed throughout the times.By looking at movies from the past, middle time periods and more recent times it can easily be argued that many movies of these time periods put toget...
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It is what makes cinema what it is today.When going to the cinema, I either go with friends, family, or most times on my own.I wonder what it will be like after watching the film, who will I go to in order to share my opinions on this film.Cinema is not just a viewing of the film, but a complete expedition to find what the spectator has wanted from the start.Beginning with the thought process of deciding to watch a film up to the point of actually watching said chosen film is a part of the cinema experience.
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That, coupled with increasingly advanced technology in the fields of televisions, home sound systems and recordable media readers means that people no longer have to go to the cinema to engage in the cinematic experience, since, with the right amount of money, you are able to replicate that same experience in the comfort of your own home, without having to jostle with the crowds in a public cinema.Cinema purists decry the digital editing of films, saying that the process takes away the soul of the cinema, leaving a perfectly manufactured product, without the flaws that endear the film to the viewers.This means that more people than ever are able to watch movies.Because in watching a film, the spectator is not merely a passive receptacle ...
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The movie, though a low budget film received relatively positive reviews from both Rotten Tomatoes and Meta Critic which have been known for destroying a film’s reputation in the public eye, causing ticket sales and movie goers to plummet all before the movie’s opening weekend, which is when movies earn the most profit.Rotten Tomatoes vs. Meta Critic on the Film Dope .While Rotten Tomatoes believes the movie to be a bit of a mess, yet still delivering a positive message, as well said by Alonso Duralde (2015), “This vibrant film is a bit of a mess, but it 's a beautiful one.” (“Rotten Tomatoes” Top Critics Section, para.14).We can all agree that the movie was a blast, critic or not.Although receiving much criticism from both, viewers at h...
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Nowadays, we see most people now are much prefers watching foreign movies rather than watching local movies.As lot people are really willing to see something new and not most of the Malay movies came up with a fulfilling storyline.But almost all Malaysian people haven’t feel satisfied yet because of not having a lot Malaysian movies produced year by year.They think what would be more enjoyable watching movies at the cinema is when they brought along some friends to watch together.When the author asked certain people about any local movies they don’t quite respond fully for what it seems that it’s not really matter to them.
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I find them to be meaningful, and more productive than other types of movies.As a digital Cinema student, I have learned a lot about the different types of movies that are created every year and what makes them successful, and unsuccessful.So when putting food on the table with little amount of money, they resort to this brand.The chemicals then in turn are in the meat that we eat daily.Is it far that we do not know what is being injected into chickens to make them fatter for more meat?
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Cinema are attracted to people and they will be going to the cinema watching movie every week or twice a week for relaxing after day of work or study and this already become as a trend.Many people agree watching movie on weekends but teenagers, scholar, student and college student who spend too much on watching movie will be addicted and tend have sedentary lifestyle.Watching movie is a great ways to improve relationship with family and friends, not only couple.There have 9 types of movies are shown in cinema such as horror movies, romantic movies, drama movies, suspense movies, action movies, violence movies, comedy movies and documentary movies.Many of parents will control their children going to the cinema for movie or watching film i...
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“Now days, there seems to be a high volume of production with no emphasis on creating classics or good quality movies”, recalls Tim, “Movies are basically all about making money with no real artistic integrity”.With the rising influence on the internet, and movie blogs/movie based website such as “rotten tomato’s” a web site purely based on movie ratings and reviews, movie viewers can learn about the movie and plot well in advance to watching the movie, which makes the marketing of the movie even more prevalent today than ever before.The marketing for movies in the current era is more commercially savvy with the main emphasis on making as much money from the movie as possible.“Audience awareness is closely linked with physical and emotio...
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Louis Malle attempted to tell a 'real' story of 'real' people, rather than the good vs evil caricature.5, American Association of Teachers of French, (April 1978), pp. Hewitt, Leah D. “Salubrious Scandals/Effective Provocations: Identity Politics Surrounding Lacombe Lucien,” South Central Review, Vol.There is no doubt that Louis Malle while making the movie Lacombe Lucien wanted the eyewitness to feel uncomfortable when watching it.Video recording.
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The movies should not always be taken seriously.In the present day scenario movies and sexuality are inter-related concepts.Hence blaming the Hindi movies for depicting and encouraging violence is not fair.Most of the country’s population watches Hindi movies; hence it generates revenues rather than harming the society.This study explores the use of sexual content in mainstream movies as a communicative strategy among the audience of these movies by employing the cross-sectional survey.
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Yakuz, movies about the Yakuza mobsters, Gendaigeki which is the opposite of Jidaigeki are films set in the present day with contemporary themes.In Godzilla vs King Ghidorah, Ghidora starts out as a bat, but turns into a monster after exposure to an atom bomb test.Movies based on Japanese television series were especially popular during this period.This can be seen in the 1992 release of Godzilla vs. Mothra.Though it was severely edited for its Western release, Godzilla became an international icon of Japan and spawned an entire new genre in Japanses film known as Kaiju films which were basically monster movies.
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(2006) Beyond the multiplex: cinema, new technologies and the home, University of California Press (referenced twice) .Films are produced for the public so the public should have the flexibility and choice how, when and where they wish to interact with their favourite movies.So there may be hope for the fans of watching film on the big screen.The home world will endeavour in the recreation of an environment similar to a public cinema, i.e.Although where the dominance lies within which sphere can be ambiguous, although it could be argued that the internet is a one way door from the outside into the domestic and with people now consuming huge amounts of film texts via illegal streaming of just or pre-released texts, it looks unlikely that ...
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The Bollywood movies in the past showed what were the lives of typical Indians and how life in India actually is, now days all Bollywood films move around a small group of friends, rather then a family which is working together in resolving the issue depending on the movie.To many N.R.I’ parents showing their children Hindi movies is more valuable, children watch films in Hindi improves their language skills and keep the children from losing their mother tongue, to many parents this is very important.After spending countless hours of watching movies, after attending this cinema class, my perspective of watching movies has changed dramatically.The things I had notice before and after are as follow, when I watched movies before I only real...
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Staying at home will let you become lazier.The modern audiences want songs and dances, spectacle and gorgeous costumes, love scenes and fights.And they spent averagely three to four hours in watching movies daily.In the last movies and films are bad for the youth because positive effects are lesser than negative effects.Such talk and gestures naturally catch the attention of the immature cinema fans and affect their thinking and conduct.
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Other potential competitors are similar niche cinemas which focus on selling a lifestyle (eg cinemas which only screen independent movies).The main competitor for the proposed Gold Class cinema is the multiplex cinema in Shepherd’s Bush.The increase in other entertainment options, for instance computer games, pubs, home cinemas and the ever shrinking window between the release of a movie in the cinema and then onto DVD means that the future of the cinema industry is uncertain.The four possible ways in which the market can be defined are: multiplex cinemas; all cinemas; all ways of watching films (including cinemas, DVDs and pay-television); and all ways of using discretionary spend (including films, going to pubs, clubs or other ways of ...
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Mulvey builds her critic on mainstream cinema on Freud’s and Lucan’s psychoanalytic theory, in which the key component of her arguement is that there is a difference between viewing of male and female spectatorship in hollywood cinema, where the male is always in the position of dominant viewer and the female viewer is always viewed as an object on the screen by the males.The above are some of the main points that Laura Mulvey argues in her article ‘Visual Pleasure and Narrative Cinema”.She makes very valid points and proves her idea that the males and females have a different way of viewing the movies in hollywood cinema.the gaze is a male gaze and so the movies are for the desire and pleasure of the male audience.when the man is watchi...
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